Well,its late,I couldn't sleep. Not remembering well at this moment. Did you go to that site/ start with index and start with the name you want.Was it Wm.Wharton DORSETT? then click his father and so on keep going back to the end. The mothers also. There was quite a bit there. Hope it helps some anyway..maybe more leads at least :)
Happy B Day late....a ship? Have you tried searching for pictures on here?
Hi..CalGal..Jen, ya I have a few BOYTONS..mine were New England I think. ....javajo ..Post more info for those names if you'd like,dates,locations etc. someone will eventually try to find something for you.
Guk.. I lost connection or something earlier....but see you never made it back either.....Okay....its now 2:55 morn that is. Guess I've had itand off to bed. ttyt ~_~
Mar, I did visit the website but since I was running my computer off the battery while waiting for my son's karate class to end, I was not able to look through all of them. Good website though and this evening when I get off from my daytime job, I will go back to the website again. It will be great to be able to add a few names to my Personal Ancestry File (PAF 5.02) database as well as document where I found the information. The other night at the LDS Family History Center, I watched a video on all the things you can do within the PAF program. It was amazing! I think I am going to check out that video and bring it home and watch it again. This time I will take notes so that I can refer to them when I am in my program. Thanks so much for all your help. Thanks everyone also. Still researching DORSETT, PATE, HEEDLEY, WADSWORTH, MURPHREE, CORNELIUS, WHITED/WHITEHEAD and BYNUM. Bea Dorsett - firstname.lastname@example.org
Have used PAF for years and I'm only just beginning to get into some of it's features. It's awesome.
Mr. B, yes the PAF program is awesome. I started out with the 4.0 version and when the new version came out, I got it. You can get a disk like I did or you can download it for free by going to www.familysearch.org and follow the links to the software program download. Now, you can add photos, video and voice clips, documentation of sources and a lot more if you want.You can also purchase the videos for your own library by going to www.pafvideo.com or you can check them out at your local LDS family history library If you need more information on what I have just told you, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com. Have a great day.
I think spring is here, 82° today.
does anyone know when the 1950 cenceus will be out?
What part of the country do u live ?
A long time from now since the 1940 isn't out yet.
Spring for u and winter here. 9 degrees and a great wind. But no snow.
1950 census will be out in 2025.
I finally did it.. many, many thanks.
Your forgetten again! I told ya last night its coming Fri.the 9th. Now just hang on...it will be here faster than you can wink an eye )
www.northlandjournal.com >>>>>>>.....in the list, click on : 'Burke Mountain Ski Area'...... Mar 6, 2007...'Burke is More Than A Mountain--It Is A Community', by Scott Wheeler...............under the group picture, (3rd picture), a Joseph Hall is briefly mentioned...........In 1860, Joseph Hall, a man who had helped build a carriage road up New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington, hacked a small road to the summit of Burke Mountain. Then in 1912, East Burke native turned millionaire businessman, Elmer Darling, who owned the mountain at the time, built a picnic area, camp, and a tower atop the mountain...........note: If nothing else, It's a great website. click on 'Stories' for more.
Thank you for the heads up. I will take a look.
New York lottery....**$340 million** on Friday....I all ready have started planning for that :):)..Bling...lots of it..a hiot tub and new room for it to go in..remodle whole house..cloths..my my my..can you imagin????
ODDS of winning 180,000,000. to one. I’ll just keep my $. :}
Did you find your ship and answers? I will look to, I did find these ..Imformation about ships.)http://www-personal.umich.edu/~cgaunt/pass.html#ABOUT(Individual ships)http://www-personal.umich.edu/~cgaunt/pass.html#SHIPS
Thats what I always say. I'm stingy..My husband will spend the $ for a dream. (they say) I would not know what to do...maybe have a heart attack :)
AHhhhh just what we have for wheather..COLD.. I mean COLD COLD!!But 40's predicted later in week and week end. We shall see, sometimes these wheather guys aren't right so far ahead. Stay warm..I'm in a big fluffy robe and hot coffee here.
I lost your e-mail addy. Did you find anything on Samuel after NH days? I never did get back to look.
Samuel Hall was born in GA but I have not found too much after 1880. We think he was the one to die first of all the kids. Now I have the info to write the cemetery and see who is there.
oops forgot that. I was thinking I saw one in that bunch. As more continue to add info around he will probably show up. Or you will be the first to find him. Our Hiram has been like that..8 or 9 of us searching for years..nothing yet...but..)
Wasn't Sam Hall, son of Levi and Mary, Born in Alabama? Or r u talking about a different Sam Hall?
Yes you are correct. He was born in AL. When his brother David died the obit said David was born in GA but census says TN,,,
In researching I found people of some class were often buried in Oakland Cemt. but can't find it online. Mary E. Hall was buried there so maybe hubby Levi. Son David was in Westview but can't find that online either. I have emailed the library in Atlanta for help but some will, some won't, we will see.
Westview IS online at Find-A-Grave. I am going there now.
Even tho there r over 1000 names listed in Westview David G. Hall isn't one of them. Westview became the cemt. most Atlantians were buried in after Oakland sold its last plots in the 1880's so unless u had already bought a plot if u died after the 1880's u were prob. buried in Westview. I kind of get the impression this means if u were a person of some class and money.
After finding out that Oakland Cemt. sold their last plots in the 1880's I realized Levi must have bought Mary's grave then for her to be buried there in 1899. So maybe he bought his then too and he is prob. in Oakland.
BB tomm or..never did sleep last night or today. Now I'm off to find a web site for the Nelsons. Remember them? Radio was playing Ricky's songs tonight and decided to see what I'd find. :) Loved him, had his picture on my bedrom wall, with Tab Hunter and Paul Newman :)..long time ago huh?
Leagen, I live near Lewiston, ID. Do you have any family near here?
Guess what everyone? I did some census searching for James Marion Heedley and this is what I found on him going backwards from the 1930 census. 1930 He is listed as a 62 year old on the Ellis County TX census. 1920 and 1910 not listed on either TX or AL census. 1900 Chilton Co. AL census @ Maplesville as a 57 year old. 1890 - No listing found 1880 - Listed as a 10 yr old on the Blount Co. AL at Hardwice/Mount? On the 1860 Autauga Co. AL census there is a John HEEDLEY who is listed as a 24 yr old white maile living at Chestnut Cr. AL who reportedly was born in SC. In the same household there is W.C. a 29 yr old white male living at Chestnut Cr. AL who was born in AL. I found no other HEEDLEYs listed on any of the SC census prior 1820 on back to the 1790 censuses. Any suggestion anyone? firstname.lastname@example.org
I am thinking that I may just send out what ever the cost of the shipping to my cousin. It would be a whole lot cheaper than flying out there to Mass. I just wish that I had the chance to see him while my son was at MIT. Seems that the time gets away while visiting one person, that you don't have a chance to see anyone else.
I have tried using Find A Grave's website, but it seems like almost everything refers you back to Ancestry.com. Is there a way to get the information w/o having to sign up with Ancestory.com as they are pretty expensive. email@example.com
I was looking for my Boynton in Ellis county and spotted this. HALE, HEEDLEY, McBRAYER, PATMAN, REYNOLDS, WADSWORTH The WADSWORTHS were among the many families who moved to Ellis County from Blount Co. Ala. in the late 1800s. SOLOMON ANDREW WADSWORTH (1855-1929) was first, followed by a nephew, GEORGE W. WADSWORTH (1871-1953). Both settled near Mountain Peak. Associated surnames are listed above. Bobby J. Wadsworth [Mon Feb 16 1998]
this person made another post..HALE, HEEDLEY, McBRAYER, PATMAN, REYNOLDS, WADSWORTH The WADSWORTHS were among the many families who moved to Ellis County from Blount Co. Ala. in the late 1800s. Solomon Andrew WADSWORTH (1855-1929) was first, followed by a nephew, George W. WADSWORTH (1871-1953). Both settled near Mountain Peak. Associated surnames are listed above. Bobby J. Wadsworth
Mar!! I have an autographed picture of Ricky nelson somewhere..also one of Tab Hunter. Once we really get serious about putting our house on the market, I'll keep you in mind & will try to get them to you.
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